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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON"
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1902?
At the Theatres Next Week
AT BIIGH THT.ATEB
Browning & Moore In song
nit dance diversion provide a
bright BDarkllnr singing and
dancing entertainment. '
Burdell & Burdell that comedy
pair in mixology will furnish
many laugh and funny situa
tions. They are said to be ehie
A valuable Egyptian scarab
plays an important part in "The
Soar n! Ring," a pbotodrama in
which Alice Joyce baa an excep
tionally difficult role. The story
is one of suspense and mystery.
The spectator is kept guessing
from the moment that the picture
Is flashed upon the screen and the
real mystery is not cleared up no
til the final fadeout. An excep
tional strong cast supports the
star in the production.
At The Ye Liberty Tomorrow
In 'Shattered Dreams" the
Ciiiversal pbotodrama which will
bring Miss DuPont to the Liberty
theatre Sunday in the stellar role,
the star Impersonates a beautiful
art student in the Latin quarter
of Paris, a sculptress, who search
es tirelessly for a model tor the
status she wishes to make of an
.. Then she finds him, unexpect
edly, mysteriously. And works
with him on the statue. It ts
But after it is finished, for a
strong reason it Is displeasing to
her. And suddenly her hatred !
comes so intense tbat she breaks
the statue to pieces.
It's a good picture of the artist's
And a better picture of Paris.
The Paris of the cafes, bright and
alluring, and the Paris of the
Apaohe's underworld, strangely
dazzling in its tordidness.
Opposite Miss DuPont, Herbert
Heyes plays the masculine lead.
He appears as the Apache, tne
wreck of a man who went to the
war with hope high in his heart.
Other actors supporting Miss
fin Pont are Bertram Brassby, J.
A. Mol, Earl Lee, Eric Mayne, Eu
gene Corey and Hector Sarno.
Paul Scardon directed the pic
ture from it scenario based on a
book by Maude Annesley.
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Coming To The Grand Theatre
Harold Lloyd in "A Bailor-made
Man" at the Oregon tomorrow in
the super-dreaduaught of Joy with
no limitations on laughter. In
(act there are gobs of it.
A thoroughly gripping, human
slory Is told by "A Man's Home,"
the newest Ralph Ince production
told in a way that is refreshing
ly different from the usual method
of handling stories dealing with
the wreckage, or near-wreckage
of a borne. Clean and bright, de
lightfully cast and directed In a
masterly manner, "A Man's
Home" can almost j said to be in
a class by itself. At the Oregon
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Sampsell and Leonhard with Fantages Monday at The Grand
: The "Queen of Sheba is earning
She left New York some monthe
ago after holding royal court Be
fore thousands of her admirers
and packing Broadway theatre
twice daily for aearly six months.
Enormous crowds that flocked
to gaxe upon her matchless beau
ty and to see the thrilling chariot
race which is probably the most
sensational and spectacular event
ever known in the world of mo
The queen, of course. Is the
celebrated, famous and wonderful
. "Queen of Sheba," the super
ecreen spectacle which has been
hailed as the crowning achieve
ment In the realm of motion pic
tures; aad which established a
bigh water mark of superlative
supremacy, which will probably
stand unequalled for many years.
"Queen of Sheba," the magnifi
cent pictorial representation of
the love story of the celebrated
queen, who went to visit King
Bolomon in Jerusalem three thou
sand years ago, will be shown at
the Oregon theatre, beginning
next Wednesday, Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday.
s&ohs shi it iaoi
children. Well-trained bears, dogs
and monkeyg In the act have a
new assortment of tricks.
C. Boganny's Lunatic Bakers Is
a novelty comedy acrobatio act
said to be riotously funny. The
scene is the Interior of a bakery
and the actors are dressed in bak
Hotel aat Dallas
Coos Bay, Report
There la no labor shortage In the
Coos Bay region according to C.
H. Oram, state labor commission
er, who has Just returned from a
trip to Marahfield to investigate
reports to the effect that employ
ment agencies were sending men
into that region with a promise of
Jobs In the miljs. Unemployed
men are warned by Gram against
going into the Coos Bay region
on the strength of promised jobs
aa it will only tend to embarrass
the men who are aireaay there
and tor whom there la barely
enough employment as it is.
A letter to Gram from the
Marshfleid chamber of commerce
protests against the practice of
these employment agencies and
asks that efforts be made to put
a atop to sending additional men
Into the region.
What Is described as one of the
most Important steps affecting the
electrical Industry In Oregon in
many years was consummated
here Friday in the form of an
agreement between the California-Oregon
Power company and
the Mountain States Power com
pany. This agreement which has
been filed with the public service
commission provide for the con
struction of a connecting link be
tween the Prospect plant of the
California-Oregon company and
the Springfield plant of the Moun
tain Stateg company and the in
terchange of electric energy be
tween the respective companies.
Upon the completion of this
super-power line the properties in
the Willamette valley and those
of California will me Intercon
nected and it will be possible
should necessity arise, to transmit
energy generated In San Diego to
Willamette Valley polnta aafar
north as Dallas. The Importance
of this interconnection, It Is
pointed out, lies in the fact that
it will be possible to eliminate un
necessary standby plants and the
necessity for steam generation by
making available existing hydrau
lic developments. It is estimated
that the proposed transmission
line will be completed early in
1923. It is intimated - that in
connection with this development
power will be made available to
certain small towns and villages
along the routes which are not
now served with electrical energy.
Extension of a transmission line
to Marsh field and other Coos Bay
points as a result of the agree
ments ig also hinted at.
Reduced costs of electrical serv
ice to consumers as a result of
reduced cost of production and!
better service generally, it Is ex
plained, can be expected to grow
out of the agreement between the
two companies. !
BtJBMAK AHD SCHAEUR
MATCHED TO GO 10 BOUNDS
Chicago, Jan. 21. Joe Burnian
and Frankia Scbaeffer have been
matched here to meet in a ten
round bout at Kenosha, Wis., on
February S, it became known today.
St. Johns Joe Moore, New
York, international skating cham
pion, wins senior Canadian cham
pionship In S60 yards in tourna
ment at Lily Lake.
uflMTS TO FORM FIELD
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 21.
now,.... from Young Women's
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nk.i. d-.n . associations a L ' 1
more, Washington. Boston,
York, Brooklyn and Philadelphia
met here today to orgu.
United States field hockey associa
tion. Endorsement of tne projc
has been received from many oth
er cities, according to anas w
Ferguson, secretary of the organ
Buy your tickets in the afternoon for evening show
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Wrestlera Compete. i
Chicago, Jan. 21. Champion
ship of the middle western colle
giate wrestling conference Is . in
volved tonight when Northwest
ern University mat men meet the
University of Nebraska wrestler?
"A SAILOR MADE
VAU0tVU.lt S SMARTEST PAIR.
TWO MUSIC At. COMfcOV FAVORITES
SAMPSELL & LEONHARD lily
L ORIGINALITIES IN SONG, COMEDY AND DANCING-
CAVE MEN SOMETIMES
She was a slip of a girl, refined and beautiful. He was I
a Parisian Apache, with Cave-Man ethics.
Yet She Made Him Her Slave!
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Another of the very funny " I
Toonerville Comedies sJfrafr " i
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Other Attractions Too ''Cl -;
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS iSATISFY THE WANll
Dallas, Jan. 21. The Gall hotel
haa again changed bands. This
time the title to the property has
gone to George- B. Dickinson and
wife from Cottage Grove.
J. B. Thompson the owner, has
been conducting the hotel tor
about six months, taking' it over
after the expiration of the lease
which was held by Charley Bll
The consideration In the deal
was about )60,000 and Mr. Dick
inson took It yesterday morning..
It Includes the building and the
equipment in the building.
Ferris Hartman, known to
Portland theatergoers - of a tew
years ago as a capital comedian,
come to the Grand theater tor one
day starting Monday matinee.
Mr. Kartman is surrounded by
four prima donnas and when
Folreite Joffrles s!nts the anrtl
enre holds Its collective breath, j
. Bhe is programed as "The Galli
C'urrt of Vaudeville." She Is a
beautiful girl, with a voire ot as
tonishing sweetness and flexibil
ity and amailng high range. Mr.
Hartman, la addition to the come
ly Miss Joffrles, lg surrounded by
Misses Susan Keith, Wynn Galli
and Bobby Taft.
Another stellar attraction on
the same bill with Hartman is
; Guy Sampwl and Lily Leonhard.
a delightful pair of entertainers
- with beautifully produced sing
ing and dancing act. Their com
edy Is pleasing, their singing and
' dancing excellent. Miss Leonhard
' is a pretty girl and her gowns are
' gorgeous. Das Mathews assists
the pair on the piano.
The comedy honor of the bill
have been given to E. Charles
Senses and Florence Raird. Ren
see is a clever comedian of pleas
iri personality and Misa Haird
makes her eocentHe fun riotous. !
She is a good-looking girl who
makes herself homely In order to
be fanny and she succeeds perfectly.
prove oaxUcularlr pleasing, to the
Carleri on Last Lap.
Duluth, Minn., Jan. 11. Curl
erg from the United States and
Canada today were contesting in
the final draws ot the Northwest
ern Curling association bon.splel.
The schedule calls for completion
of games by midnight tonight.
Big New Show Sunday
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A Drama of Suspense, Mystery and Action
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3 Days Only Tomorrow Monday Tuesday
BEST BILL IN MONTHS
HARRY T. MOREY
II MATT MOORB
IN RALPH INGE'S
"A MAN'S HOME"
"The Perfect Picture"
What he works for-What he fights for-Where his lore liesThe greatest domes-
tie drama ewer screenpd
The cast includes Harry T. Morey Kathlyn Williann Matt Moore Faire
Binney Grace Valentine
"A SAILOR-MADE MAN"
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A Drama that strikes home
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